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Prize-winning Student Video Announced

Prize-winning Student Video Announced

  • Date07 August 2019

The prize in this year's departmental student video competition goes to Renee Landell, who is studying for a PhD in Comparative Literature.

The brief was to create a short film (no more than 1 minute long) about an aspect of life as a student in Languages, Literatures and Cultures. Renee completed her BA in Comparative Literature and Culture with and stayed on to complete her MA by Research. We think she's a great advocate for CLC and we love her video! Congratulations Renee!

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